incriminate

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incriminate

Pronunciation /ɪnˈkrɪmɪneɪt/
verb
[with object]
Make (someone) appear guilty of a crime or wrongdoing.

Origin
Mid 18th century (earlier (mid 17th century) as incrimination): from late Latin incriminat- ‘accused’, from the verb incriminare, from in- ‘into, towards’ + Latin crimen ‘crime’.

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Tony, a notorious train tagger didn’t seem to be able to avoid incriminating himself.

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